Barack Obama repeated it this weekend; for him skin color is not a “determining factor” in the race for the democratic nomination. However, it seems that ethnicity, sex, or even social category are becoming the more and more decisive criteria in the duel between the Illinois senator and Hillary Clinton which has [Read more]
Hundreds of school aged children arrived at the modest mausoleum of Saddam Hussein on Monday to celebrate the birthday of the executed dictator in his native town.
Saddam, hanged in 2006 for crimes against humanity, is hated in the majority of Iraq. But in the area of his native province of Salahuddin, especially [Read more]
The Catholic Church has demonstrated its concern for the situation of Hispanic immigrants in the United States.
“I don’t understand how the United States, being a country essentially of immigrants, doesn’t worry more about them,” indicated Cardinal Rodolfo Quezada Toruño yesterday after the mass, and added [Read more]
A majority of Democratic voters, 56%, now consider Obama the stronger of the two candidates seeking the nomination for the White House. This was revealed by a poll conducted by Knowledge Networks, whose same poll taken last January showed Hillary Clinton ahead 56% to 33%. Now, the situation has been reversed: the [Read more]